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Leading global provider of sustainable wood fiber products and solutions invests in recycling.
Due to continuing input cost increases and unsustainable profit levels, Sappi is forced to continue passing on this cost inflation by increasing its WFC and WFU in sheets and reels by 6-8% effective on deliveries from April 1st 2018 for all European and Overseas markets.
Despite the extremely strong order books the mechanical coated paper profit margins continue to be depressed due to continuing cost creep. Sappi addresses the cost inflation by increasing its LWC and MWC paper grades prices by 4% effective on deliveries from April 1st 2018 for all markets as validities allow.
Lumene
Lumene Sappi’s bright white Algro Design reflects Nordic packaging values for new Lumene ‘Wheel of Light’ line of cosmetics
Commenting on the result, Sappi Chief Executive Officer Steve Binnie said: “Our performance for this quarter was in line with our expectations. We continue to work hard to mitigate increased input costs and the impact of a stronger Rand/Dollar exchange rate. We will begin to see the benefits of selling price increases during the rest of the financial year.”
PaperAge
PaperAge From a single pulp and paper mill producing paper from straw in 1938, Sappi has evolved into a global provider of dissolving wood pulp, packaging and specialty papers, and graphic papers, as well as biomaterials and biochemicals.
Packaging and Specialities
Packaging and Specialities Particularly the ever increasing pulp costs but also other rising raw material prices force Sappi to increase its Specialities and Packaging Papers prices as from 1 April 2018.
Illoom Lookbook
Illoom Lookbook Sappi's Algro Design boosts presentation of metallic pigments for ECKART’s illoom.-LookBook
Company Unveils POP from Sappi for Innovative Marketers, Creatives, Designers and Printers.
Sappi, a leading global producer of dissolving wood pulp, speciality and packaging papers, graphic (printing and writing) paper and biomaterials is investing in its mill in Gratkorn

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